I am 20 years old, a college student in my second year. I have this problem of mustering up the sparkle of gusto to approach and converse with my female classmates, though I am definitely not an overtly introverted person, and am in fact quite confident at times with the opposite sex. I have many times make constant eye contacts with a few female students in class, yet I just cannot find the push to come forth and introduce myself; and, I find the idea of moving my seat next to the girls I find attractive rather obvious and silly--- almost foolhardy in a way that I can imagine my imminent rejection from them. This is my problem: I can be careless and at ease in many other settings, but in classrooms I can never find the right things to say and the right pretext to approach girls. What is wrong with me?